Most screen protectors share the same general characteristics: they’re (a) single sheets of clear material, (b) rather difficult to put on properly without air bubbles and misalignments, and (c) can’t easily be reapplied after use. With its EZseal ($25) anti-glare film, GreatShield attempts to remedy many of the issues as Moshi did with its earlier iGlaze film. Instead of the whole surface being coated with adhesive, only the portion that the covers the bezel is, and it’s either black or white — each color is sold separately. This makes it very easy to install the film because a much smaller portion of the surface is actually sticking to the glass screen. If needed, it can be removed, washed, and reapplied. We were a bit skeptical at first, but it seems to live up to the hype.
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Compatible: iPad 2